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Deserve

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When someone brings up the concept of deserving, what do you think of? Do you think of when you were little and your parents punished you and said you deserved that? Or do you think of when you had won a prize and someone told you that you had deserved it? Well, all around the expression to deserve ones fate means to do something or have or show qualities worthy of fate, in this case. For example in the story “Interlopers” the two men have a fate that concludes the story, whether or not they deserve it is a negotiable subject. As a reader, one could decide that they did deserve their fate of which they both die the same way, wolves. In “The Interlopers” the two men, Ulrich and Georg deserve their fate at the end of the story because; they were originally there hunting each other, they bickered quite a bit after the tree had fallen and showed their hate, once one had realized that there was about a fifty/fifty chance for life they decided to make an effort to be friends again.

To start, the two men in the story of “The Interlopers” deserved their fate because they were originally out hunting for one another. The story says that Ulrich had said, “I’m caught in my own forest land,” Therefore, Georg was hunting for him in Ulrich’s forest. If you step back and look at the details, you see that Georg wasn’t the brightest coming into his forest to kill. Much less even going to kill. Then again, the two households has a very large feud between them for what seemed like a long time. Considering that it was very strong and appeared to be carried over from past generations. Again, being in your enemy’s forest is all around an idiotic move. Knowing that they have as much back up needed on hand right there. So if they hear a gunshot, there...

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...rst, then the other would have most likely died even with the vow to be friends again. Therefore, the ending of the wolves finding them made it equal, so they did deserve their fate.

In conclusion in “The Interlopers” the two men, Ulrich and Georg deserve their fate at the end of the story because; they were originally there hunting each other, they bickered quite a bit after the tree had fallen and showed their hate, once one had realized that there was about a fifty/fifty chance for life they decided to make an effort to be friends again. First, the men had originally came to hunt one another and ended up both dying, it’s only fair. Also they had been very hateful and rude to each other and then had the audacity to be friend again. This is something that is wrong, they are only worried about their safety. Obviously, the men deserved their fate of wolves dinner.
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